HP and Intel Enable College to Slash PC Energy Consumption
With more than 12,000 PCs, notebooks and workstations deployed throughout its five Texas campuses, Lone Star College (LSC) wanted to improve the management and environmental responsibility of its computer systems. After researching the market, it chose the energy-efficient, full-featured HP Compaq dc7800 Business PC and the HP Compaq dc7900 Business PC as desktop standards. The PCs deliver best-in-class lifecycle management and Intel vPro technology. HP brought even more to the table - Intel itself. HP and Intel joined to assist Lone Star to get the most out of its new solution. As a result, the college expects to experience significant savings annually once the solution is fully deployed in 2011. As for environmental impact, Lone Star projects carbon footprint reductions as well.